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Interested in becoming Catholic, or know someone who is?
Contact Selena at the office (360) 353-9400 to get some of your questions answered and find out about the process and how we can make that happen!
Do you have a calling?
We have many homebound Catholics in need of someone to bring them the Holy Eucharist.
We are calling upon YOU to help.
If you are interested in this valuable ministry, please contact the office at 360-653-9400 or
MADE FOR MORE
with CHRISTOPHER WEST & MIKE MANGIONE
Brought to you by Holy Rosary Edmonds, St Luke, St. Mary Magdelene & The Cor Project
February 4th at 7-9:30pm
Holy Rosary Edmonds - 760 Aloha Street, Edmonds, WA
Tickets are now on sale and will sell out! Tickets are $25.
Grab your tickets today at www.corproject.com/edmonds
MADE FOR MORE is an inspired blend of teaching, live music, and art that taps the deepest desires of the human heart revealing their ultimate purpose and goal.
Join Christopher West and Mike Mangione as they offer a vision of the Gospel like you’ve never heard through the lens of Saint John Paul II’s Theology of the Body.
This event is appropriate for ages 15 and up.
Please contact Kristen Phillips at [email protected] if you would like more information.
St Anne Committee Meeting
Thursday January 23rd, 3:30 PM @ St Mary
2019 Tax Receipts are ready to be picked up at the office.
Please pick them up by January 26th .
Los recibos de donación para los impuestos de 2019 están
listos para ser recogidos en la oficina.
Se podran recoger hasta enero 26.
March for Life
It will be on Tuesday, January 21st in Olympia, WA
We have sign up sheets in the back of the church and in the office for those that would like to carpool.
Wear accordingly. We will walk close to 3 miles
What time: 6:00am - 4:00pm
Where: Leaving St. Mary’s parking lot 6:30am
Mass: St Michael, Olympia 10:00am
Bring your lunch/snack and beverage
La Marcha Para La Vida
Acompañenos a marchar por la vida en Olympia WA! Martes Enero 21, 2020.
CARPOOL– Nos reuniremos en el estacionamiento de Sta. Maria y saldremos a las 6:30am.
Por favor registrarse en la mesa de atras de la iglesia o en la oficina, si gusta acompañarnos!
Caminaremos por lo menos 3 millas.
Hora: 6:00 a.m. a 4:00 p.m.
Dónde: Saliendo del estacionamiento de St. Mary a las 6:30 a.m.
Misa: San Miguel, Olympia: 10:00 am
Traiga su almuerzo / merienda y bebida.
Dear parishioners and guests,
After all the people had been baptized and Jesus also had been baptized and was praying, heaven was opened and the Holy Spirit descended upon him in bodily form like a dove. And a voice came from heaven, “You are my beloved Son; with you I am well pleased.” Luke 3:21-22
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Un día fue bautizado también Jesús entre el pueblo que venía a recibir el bautismo. Y mientras estaba en oración, se abrieron los cielos: el Espíritu Santo bajó sobre él y se manifestó exteriormente en forma de paloma, y del cielo vino una voz: "Tú eres mi Hijo, hoy te he dado a la vida."Lucas 3:21-22
La fiesta de hoy, marca la conclusión de la temporada navideña y el comienzo del tiempo ordinario. Es una fiesta de transición de la ...
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We Are Called to Be Saints
Catholics often are drawn to saints due to their profession, hobbies, or ethnic background. One’s patron saint serves as an example of how to live a life of holiness and service to God. We hold up the saints of the Church in high regard. However, we can sometimes make the mistake of seeing them as the subject of stories in print and not real living people. We can assume that their level of devotion and holiness is unattainable. In fact, we are all called to be saints.
Our world needs more living saints living out their stewardship in a radical manner. Stories are valuable, but when others get to see disciples of Jesus Christ answering their call in person, consider the impact. There is a reason why lay witnessing is so important in cultivating a stewardship culture in a parish community. The people we can see and hear are alive right in front of us. Some will say that to truly be humble means to act anonymously, but we are not speaking here of actions that call out, “Look at me!” We are talking about acting in a way that people see not you and me, but Jesus instead.
We are to be models and examples to one another. We are to build up one another and make the Body of Christ strong. Don’t sit back wishing you had the strength to be a saint. You have already been given the gifts needed to be the saint you are called to be. Maybe people will read about you later, but the Church needs you now!
Tracy Earl Welliver
“Pray, Hope, and don’t worry. Worry is useless. God is merciful and will hear your prayer.”
St. Pio of Petrelcina
“Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.”
St. Teresa of Calcutta
Going the Extra Mile
So often in life, people are concerned about the minimum requirements. What is the minimum I must do to get a certain grade? What is the minimum I need to do to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation? What exactly do I have to do to make my boss happy?
This concern does not stop with everyday life but continues into our relationship with God. What exactly is required of me for salvation? How much time, talent, and treasure are enough? Jesus does not call us to this way of life, but instead to a life of unbounding generosity and surrender.
Jesus said, “If anyone forces you to go one mile, go with him two miles.” The minimum requirement is one mile; however, we are not to be disciples of minimum requirements and checking off boxes. We are to go the extra mile because that is how we bear witness to the transforming power of Jesus Christ. That is how we change lives and share the grace and love we have received in abundance. Nothing ever changes by doing the minimum. There is no real glory given to God by responding to His call with the minimum.
Imagine a world where all of us good stewards give without ceasing and go far beyond the minimum requirements. Our world would be a very different place. So, what is stopping us?
— Tracy Earl Welliver, MTS
Office email: [email protected]
St Vincent De Paul meets every second Monday of the month, in room 1B at 6:30 p.m, and every forth Sunday at 9AM. Everyone is welcomed!
St Vincent De Paul se reune cada segundo Lunes de cada mes en el salon 1B a las 6:30 p.m. y los cuartos domingos a las 9AM. Todos son bienvenidos!